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  • Why Panama Pottery might be forced to close its doors

    David DeCamilla, the owner and an artist at the Panama Pottery arts collective in Sacramento, says a list of code violations could lead to closure.

David DeCamilla, the owner and an artist at the Panama Pottery arts collective in Sacramento, says a list of code violations could lead to closure. Paul Kitagaki Jr. The Sacramento Bee
David DeCamilla, the owner and an artist at the Panama Pottery arts collective in Sacramento, says a list of code violations could lead to closure. Paul Kitagaki Jr. The Sacramento Bee
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‘Ghost Ship hysteria’ or unsafe conditions? This arts collective faces imminent closure.

July 11, 2017 3:50 AM

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